28 × 23 cm | 9 × 11 in 190 ills | 176 pages Hardback
Editor: Nigel Prince Contributor: Julia Paoli
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Featuring essays by exhibition curators Julia Paoli and Nigel Prince, as well as a specially commissioned text, Julia Dault is an engaging and long-overdue introduction to the artist and her work.
Accompanying the first solo museum exhibition by Brooklyn-based artist Julia Dault, this catalogue demonstrates her ongoing interest in balancing spontaneous gesture with rules, logic and the constraints of materials.
Physical negotiations are central to the textured paintings and improvised sculptures for which Dault is celebrated. In her multilayered paintings, the artist employs organic and synthetic supports such as canvas, leather, vinyl, spandex and wooden frames, which act as surfaces to hold paint or as a means of imposing patterns.
Whether adding or subtracting paint from these materials, she uses unusual tools such as rubber combs and squeegees that standardise her gestures. Repetition and transparency are important to Dault; looked at closely, her paintings reveal the process of their creation.
This title is published in partnership with The Power Plant, Toronto, and the Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver.